On Wednesday 21 October we were very fortunate to welcome Richard Attwood to Porsche Centre Chester. The Porsche legend had a very successful motorsport career including Porsche's first overall win at the 24 hours of Le Mans back in 1970 in a Porsche 917K.
This was an exclusive talk for members of the North Wales regional Porsche Club GB. We welcomed 50 members from the club who enjoyed Richard's exhilarating talk about his time as a racing driver. It was a very enjoyable evening and a pleasure to host Richard as well as the club members.
To find out more about Porsche Club GB contact us today or visit www.porscheclubgb.com.
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